With spring now a few weeks old, many of us have surely completed or begun the annual spring cleaning. Whether you’re completely overhauling the space around you, dumping unnecessary work files, or just revamping your music playlists, there’s something about spring that compels us to clean.
Music has come on many forms of media. We’ve seen it on the Compact Disc (CD), vinyl, Cassette tape, Digital Audio File (Mp3) and 8 Track. Much of this media has come and gone as we always look for media that can bring us highest quality of sound and of course convenience. Now that we have moved towards digital downloading it has pushed out the CD. Which at one point was seen as bringing us the highest audio quality. But during this transition from the ashes the vinyl record market starting to pick up-stream.
Sometimes I feel like I live in the wrong century. There are many reasons for this and I am about to make you privy to one of them. So, listen to the tale of my woe and tell me if you share the same opinion or if you just think I’m crazy.
The past couple of nights have been routine. As soon as 10pm hit, I would boot up Tomb Raider on my XBOX and spend some quality time with Lara Croft for about three hours. (btw, if you play video games, you owe it to yourself to play this. I wasn’t a Tomb Raider fan before, I am now).